History of Antibiotics. From Salvarsan to Cephalosporins

@article{Zaffiri2012HistoryOA,
  title={History of Antibiotics. From Salvarsan to Cephalosporins},
  author={L. Zaffiri and Jared Gardner and L. Toledo-Pereyra},
  journal={Journal of Investigative Surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={25},
  pages={67 - 77}
}
  • L. Zaffiri, Jared Gardner, L. Toledo-Pereyra
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Investigative Surgery
  • ABSTRACT Infections have represented for a long time the leading cause of death in humans. During the 19th century, pneumonia, tuberculosis, diarrhea and diphtheria were considered the main causes of death in children and adults. Only in the late 19th century did it become possible to correlate the existence of microscopic pathogens with the development of various diseases. Within a few years the introduction of antiseptic procedures had begun to reduce mortality due to postsurgical infections… CONTINUE READING
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